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Sea Hunter Liveaboard

Many have crowned MV Sea Hunter as the gold standard to which all other liveaboards should aspire. She is a superbly stable and robust craft, formerly a commercial dive-support vessel, built to serve the oil industry in the Gulf of Mexico. Now redesigned and configured as a consummate hybrid, Sea Hunter combines the large platform, functionality and powerful machinery of a workboat with the comfortable and relaxed interior of a modern yacht. She is 115 feet of flexible capacity and convenience, a dedicated dive cruiser with a global reach, specifically designed and built for long-range expeditions to destinations like Cocos Island.

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Sea Hunter has 10 guest cabins with ensuite bathrooms, providing accommodation for up to 20 passengers. This spacious boat is everything that a serious diver or photographer could wish for – individual gear storage, private camera/strobe storage shelves with 110 and 220-volt AC power, zero-speed stabilizers and even a private washer and dryer for client’s towels and bathing suits. Sea Hunter has introduced adventure divers, as well as professional photographers and cinematographers, to an entirely new level of liveaboard standard. The unique DeepSee submersible, carried onboard Argo liveaboard, is also accessible to guests on Sea Hunter when they are at Cocos Island at the same time.

Cocos Island 10 night itinerary

Day 1 – You will be picked up at your hotel in San Jose and transferred by bus to Puntarenas, a seaport village where you will board Sea Hunter Liveaboard. That afternoon, you will begin the cruise to Cocos Island.

Day 2 – All day of travel. There will be ample time to arrange dive and camera gear. The cruise gives you an opportunity to get acquainted with the other divers.

Days 3 to 8 – Spent diving the pinnacles around the perimeter of Cocos Island. Divers usually average three dives per day at depths of 60-100′ or more.

Day 9 – Make the last 3 dives before the cruise back to Costa Rica and reality!

Day 10 – All day to discuss the diving and to compare your adventures!

Day 11 – Arrival in Puntarenas. After breakfast you will be transferred back to San Jose.

Prices include: Cabin accommodation on Sea Hunter with 3 Nitrox dives per day (7 days of diving), tanks/weights/weight belts, all meals, all non-alcoholic drinks, beer, and return transfers from San Jose to the vessel.

Marine Park fee: 554 USD

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